CFP> AAR 2019 Korean Religions Unit

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Call for Papers: 

For our standalone panel(s), the Korean Religions Unit welcomes proposals for papers sessions, roundtable sessions, and individual papers. Proposals in all areas of Korean Religions will be considered, but we are especially interested in working around the following themes as they relate to religion in Korea:

Reunification of the Korean Peninsula

Peace Process between North and South Korea

Refugees/Migrants

March First Movement

Additionally, we have two topics proposed by AAR members who will serve as panel organizers. If you would like to contribute to one of the following potential panels, please contact the organizer directly.


Material Culture and Korean Religions, Organizer: Liora Sarfati Email: lsarfati@tauex.tau.ac.il -
Objects play an important role in Korean religions. From Ancestor altars, to churches, shamanic offerings, and golden Buddha statues, the religious practice is embedded in the material world. This panel offers to explore the roles of objects in religious practice and belief in its broadest sense, both historically and in contemporary Korea. Panel proposals can discuss meanings and uses of artefacts in Korean religion, and theoretical perspectives related to the agency of objects, their affect, and the relationship between verbal, behavioural and material social constructs related to any religious manifestation in Korea.


Transnational Networks and Connections in Korean Religions, Organizer: Sungjin Im Email: sungjin.im2@duke.edu -
This panel invites papers that explore connections between Korean religions and their counterparts in other countries and/or within the Korean diaspora, transnational expressions of Korean religions, Korean religions and transnational identities, and other related topics.

Finally, we invite proposals for the following panel co-sponsored with the New Religious Movements Unit and the Sikh Studies Unit:

Innovations in Asian Religions - A co-sponsored session with the Korean Religions Unit, New Religious Movements Unit, and the Sikh Studies Unit.

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